A large cruise ship that visited Venice, Italy for the first time in 17 months, said, “It’s not a big boat!” I left the old port of Venice in a cry.
On the 3rd (local time), the 92,000-ton ‘MSC Orchestra’ operated by the cruise ship MSC arrived in Venice, Italy, passing through the Giudeca Canal.
The return of large cruise ships means that the tourism industry, which has been contracted by the corona virus, has been stretched. However, some fear that the Venetian lagoon could be damaged.
Venice is a city made up of 118 artificial islands among these lagoons, and was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 and protected.